VIDEO: Pro-Trump group refuses to pull ad featuring Obama despite cease-and-desist letter

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A Republican super PAC is refusing the demand from President Obama’s attorneys to take down an ad featuring his image.

The pro-Trump group maintains that the TV ad, which has been airing in South Carolina, ”is a lawful expression of political speech.”

The article goes on to state the following:

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“CDP will not only refuse to take ‘Enough Empty Promises’ down but will distribute this advertisement to an additional 50,000 South Carolina Democratic primary voters,” the Committee to Defend the President wrote in a letter responding to Obama’s cease-and-desist letter.

“WE WILL NEVER BACK DOWN!” the PAC wrote in a Twitter post Monday morning.

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